Edit ModuleShow Tags

Order Your Tickets Today for ArtWalk Carlsbad

Enjoy fine art, chalk art, music, food, and fun




Partner Content

Content provided by

ArtWalk Carlsbad

Armada Drive, just East of Carlsbad’s Flower Fields, will be filled with art of all kinds on September 21 and 22. Fine artists working in all mediums and a wide range of prices, will show and sell their work in this beautiful venue, with its ocean breezes and sweeping views of the coastline. Free parking is abundant adjacent to the festival.

Launched in 2018 to introduce a high-quality fine art festival to North County, ArtWalk Carlsbad is produced by the team that brings Mission Federal ArtWalk to Little Italy each Spring. You’ll find both the familiar and the new at this two-day ticketed event, which includes more than 50 chalk artists creating masterpieces before your eyes on the asphalt.

A full line up of live music in two performance areas make the event a treat for the ears as well as the eyes. Headliner A.J. Croce, with a rare San Diego performance, brings his bluesy piano man style to the Main Stage on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. His concert is included in your ticket price. Also included with your ticket, is free admission during the two day event, to the adjacent Museum of Making Music.

Interactive art activities will be offered for families to help you connect with your inner Picasso.

Spend a few hours or the weekend. Street food options range from healthy to decadent, and two shaded wine and beer areas will be offered.

ArtWalk Carlbad

Saturday: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Buy tickets

For directions, parking info visit: www.artwalkcarlsbad.org

Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Sponsored

The Vape Debate

Two Scripps doctors weigh in on this dangerous trend

Kaiser Permanente San Diego Makes Life Easier

Kaiser Permanente brings high quality, affordable care to San Diegans when and where they need it
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Most Popular

  1. The Best of San Diego 2019
    Our annual compilation of everything delicious, cool, and Instagrammable in San Diego (and Baja!)
  2. The Problem With Bright Red Tuna
    Many Americans still think bright red tuna means it’s fresher (it’s not)
  3. First Look: Animae
    Puffer Malarkey Restaurants unveil 5.5 million-dollar pan-Asian concept
  4. Jason Mraz and his Historic Coffee Bean
    The singer and Bird Rock Coffee Roasters unveil the first California-grown Geisha coffee
  5. Morning Glory Is a Millennial Wonderland
    The Little Italy restaurant may finally break San Diego's aversion to brunch
  6. A Deep Dive into the San Diego Fishing Industry
    A $2 billion project is poised to revive San Diego’s commercial fishing industry
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module